For anyone seeking to go beyond Lave and Wenger along the complexity route
suggested by John Maloney (digest 1101) this might be the place. You'll be
welcome in the land of the scousers (and the Beatles, of course). Be there
or be square.
The Centre for Complexity Research is proud to announce a groundbreaking
multidisciplinary Complexity, Science and Society (CSS) conference hosted by
the University of Liverpool 11-14 September.
The CSS conference will be an exciting international event offering academic
and non-academic participants a unique opportunity to explore the new
science of complexity and examine its implications in a broad array of
scientific and social fields.
The conference will cover 20 subjects ranging from Art to Electrical
Engineering, Geography to Management and Primary Care to Social Theory.
Participants can explore a variety of features including:
Coordinated Subject Sessions
Interactive Plenary Sessions
as well as a wide range of social, interactive and networking activities.
The event will be hosted in the city of Liverpool, noted for its ³unruly
genius² and recent winner of the 2008 European Capital of Culture Award.
With a reception at the historic Town Hall, numerous cultural amenities and
a thriving nightlife participants will be able to do much more than just
A unique conference to be embraced by anyone wanting to expand their ideas,
concepts and knowledge.
For further information, a full itinerary and complete registration details
log on to www.liv.ac.uk/ccr